The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley

Love Will Find A Way

The Life We Almost Had by Amelia Henley is the most beautiful contemporary story about love.
There are many types of love. We witness a romantic love between a couple. Life is not always plain sailing but we see that love goes deep. We see a marriage that is strained at times by life but the love never weakens. It is a love that will never die.


Long lasting friendships produce love. That is a love that will drop everything to offer support in an hour of need.


Parental love goes deep. No matter how old our children are, we always want to heal their hearts and make life better for them.


The novel is also about dreams and about loss. Amelia Henley has written sensitively and beautifully and the pain of loss is tangible. You will need the tissues.


The Life We Almost Had is the perfect read for fans of Jojo Moyes. You cannot read this book and remain unaffected. The love radiates from the pages to encompass the reader.


Readers may be interested to note: Amelia Henley is the pen name of Louise Jensen, the masterful author of psychological thrillers. I adore all her books ā€“ whether she is writing as Amelia Henley or Louise Jensen ā€“ I just know that whenever I pick up her books, I am going to adore them.

I received a free copy from the publishers. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.

JULIA WILSON

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